Proton Bank


Address: 7 Eslin St & 20 Amaliados St, Athens, GR 11523
Telephone: +30 210 6970 000
Fax: +30 210 6970 111
Email: hr@proton.gr
Website: http://www.protonbank.gr/



Description:

Proton Bank was established in 2001 and officially commenced its operations as a specialised investment bank in 2002. The founders of the bank are the late John Markopoulos, and Messrs A. Athanasoglou and E. Lianos.  Following a rapid development path, the Bank was listed on the Athens Stock Exchange in December 2005 and later absorbed three listed closed-end funds, namely Arrow, Exelixi and Eurodynamics. In 2006 PROTON BANK absorbed OMEGA Bank, with the new entity’s share capital reaching € 350 mil.

While maintaining Investment Banking focus, Proton Bank dynamically expands its commercial banking business and currently offers the entire spectrum of financial services, investment banking, commercial banking, asset management, brokerage, insurance and leasing.

The client base of Proton Bank consists of private and corporate clients, together with private and institutional investors who seek a flexible and value added solutions provider, capable of structuring and executing both customised and tailor-made innovative products and services.

Proton’s target is the position of a niche market leader. It complements the local financial services industry, relying on innovative technology, in order to provide quality financial products and services, in line with international market practices and standards.

Mission Statement

Proton Bank aims to localise international investment banking products and internationalise customer financial options.

Services and Products

For Individuals

  • Private Banking

The Private Banking Division of Proton Bank offers customers modern wealth management services, based on the principle of mutual trust and discretion. The essence of Proton’s Private Banking is to understand and evaluate the needs of each individual client and then identify the pertinent investment solutions. The relationship between our private bankers and our customers is cooperative. It is a dynamic relationship. Because the Group’s philosophy is that every customer is special.

  • Deposits
    • Deposits in Euros
    • Foreign Currency deposits
    • Proton BEST Preferential Deposits
  • Loans
    • Housing loans
    • Consumer loans
    • Open Personal Loan
  • Credit Cards
  • Investments/Savings

Aiming at the preservation of capital, while at the same time offering improved returns compared to typical savings accounts, Proton Bank, offers pioneering and flexible investment products.

  • Mutual Funds

Proton Bank operates in the Mutual Funds sector through its subsidiary Proton Mutual Funds Management Co (Proton AEDAK). Proton offers differentiated mutual fund products, with both international and domestic investment orientation, allowing individual investors the selection of the desired combination of risk and returns.

  • Brokerage Services

In the brokerage services field, Proton Bank has managed to build a strong institutional client base, thus achieving to consistently rank among the top ten brokers in Greece, in terms of market share in the cash market. A top ten position is also being held in the rank in the derivatives market.

  • Proton Online Trading

For Companies

  • Corporate Banking

The Corporate Banking Division of Proton Bank provides high quality – value adding services to meet corporate clients’ needs. While the existing customer portfolio includes some of the most important Greek corporations, the bank focuses its efforts on the continuous improvement of services offered to small-to-medium enterprises.

  • Financing

Proton Bank offers its corporate clients a wide range of financing solutions. Our financial products are designed to help companies promote their business plans in the most efficient way.

  • Shipping Finance
  • Treasury Products

The Treasury division of Proton Bank provides clients with continual information regarding the developments in domestic and international money, bond and capital markets. The aim is to provide efficient and value added funds management services.

  • Investment Banking

For Institutionals

  • Mutual Funds

Proton Bank operates in the Mutual Funds sector through its subsidiary Proton Mutual Funds Management Co (Proton AEDAK). Proton offers differentiated mutual fund products, with both international and domestic investment orientation, allowing individual investors the selection of the desired combination of risk and returns.

  • Brokerage Services

Proton Brokerage Services include the following:

  • Equities brokerage services in Greece and in international bourses
  • Derivatives brokerage services in Greece and in international exchanges
  • Margin accounts
  • Domestic and international bond brokerage services
  • Commodity brokerage services in international exchanges
  • IPOs and private placements
  • Market making in equities in the Athens Exchange
  • Market making in derivatives in the Athens Exchange

Human Resources

One of the most valuable assets of Proton Bank is its human resources. After all, the contribution of its people in its rapid development course has been invaluable.

The productivity of the Group, together with the quality of the services offered to clients, ultimately depend on the qualifications of its people, their drive and enthusiasm, as well as from the job satisfaction and the extent to which employees can share the Group’s vision and goals. Having recognised these facts, Proton Bank places an immense value on its personnel.

Technology drives strategy

The Information Technology Division is unique and it is fully equipped with the latest technologies that enable it to obtain maximum quality and security for the high level services and products that Proton Group provides to its clients.

Goals of the IT Division include:

  • Strategy planning in relation to current and evolving technologies and their successful integration in  order to assure and improve the quality and credibility of the products and services provided by the Group.
  • Maintenance of all available systems and procedures so as to enable the fast and  uninterrupted function of the Group
  • Development of the offered level of services
  • Development of available systems and applications so as to fully meet the increasing market requirements and to materialise novel solutions within the Group’s boundaries.



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